The designer knows how to work a room, having hosted his “Moderate to Severe” cabaret at the Café Carlyle earlier this year. That will go on tour later this year.
To date, the O-Talbots tie-up has raised more than $3 million in monetary contributions, collected 60,000 articles of clothing and subsequently helped to impact 60,000 women’s lives.
The Chain provides online resources and will hold events for editors, publicists, writers, photographers and others in the industry who are dealing with eating disorders.
The cover image is meant to highlight the focus of the issue — the importance of breakthroughs in creative practice.
Olympic skater Johnny Weir won’t be seeing “I, Tonya,” out of respect to his “dear friend” Nancy Kerrigan.
While brands like Gucci, Dior and Nike has tied into the graffiti trend, street artists will discuss the ins and outs of preserving street art and the pitfalls of removing it for profit.
The renewed interest in the 2002 murder of Christa Worthington comes at a time when the attorney for her convicted killer Christopher McCowen is trying to get another trial.
As one of Adweek’s Creative 100 for 2017, he was recognized by the magazine for being among the “18 Top Creative Leaders Whose Ads Are Breaking Through Into Culture.”
Other fashion ceo’s who made the list include: Bernard Arnault, Francois-Henri Pinault, Tadashi Yanai, Blake Nordstrom and Leslie Wexner.
When Moore joins the company October 23, she will oversee all revenue and brand development for Glamour, Allure and Brides.
Officially known as Mission (For Fashion, For Beauty, For Good), the biannual pub focuses on a different charity and cause each time.